Miami, one of the world's most popular vacation spots. It has everything from a vibrant night life, white sand, clear waters, art decor buildings, and my favorite part: delicious food.
We were fortunate enough to spend our nights at the Nautilus South Beach Hotel where we rode bikes, relaxed by the saltwater pool and beach. Below are some of my favorite places to eat in Miami and things to do besides hanging at the beach!
ella: Located in Miami's Design District at the Palm Court, ella is a small cafe that serves fresh and healthy food. We ordered avocado toast, veggie tacos, and heirloom tomatoes focaccia with the most amazing red sauce. If ella was located closer to our hotel we definitely would have eaten there everyday, it was that good!
Wynwood Walls: If you want a break from the beach then make you way to the Wynwood Walls. This outdoor street art park and the surrounding buildings boast vibrant and colorful murals from world renowned artists and it's a great spot for some Insta photos :).
Coyo Taco: Steps from the Wynwoods Walls is Coyo Taco. Using locally sourced ingredients and guacamole made to order, Coyo Taco is the place if you want fresh Mexican street food. The tacos were so good we went back for seconds (and some churros). We ordered the quinoa with queso "falafel" and mushrooms tacos, yay for yummy vegetarian options!
Rosetta Bakery: is conveniently located on Collins Ave in Miami Beach. The bakery has giant meat sandwiches, a wide variety of focaccia (that you can sample for free!), deserts, and fresh squeezed orange juice. I recommend the stuffed cheese focaccia, it taste like mac and cheese and you can't go wrong with freshly squeezed orange juice. I also love that you can watch them prepare the ingredients in the kitchen.
DIRT: For all my matcha lovers out there definitely stop by DIRT in Miami Beach. This fast casual restaurant serves paleo, vegan, and gluten-sensitive dishes. In addition to a matcha latte, you can also try a lavender latte.
Hope you enjoy,